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Genjitsushugisha no Oukokukaizouki


Alt Names: alt 現実主義勇者の王国再建記alt How a Realist Hero Rebuilt the Kingdom
Author: Dozeumaru
Artist: Ueda Satoshi
Genres: Action ActionAdventure AdventureComedy ComedyDrama DramaFantasy FantasyHarem HaremPsychological PsychologicalSeinen Seinen
Type: Manga (Japanese)
Status: Ongoing
Description: “O, Hero!” With that cliched line, Kazuya Souma found himself summoned to another world and his adventure–-did not begin. After he presents his plan to strengthen the country economically and militarily, the king cedes the throne to him and Souma finds himself saddled with ruling the nation! What’s more, he’s betrothed to the king’s daughter now…?! In order to get the country back on its feet, Souma calls the wise, the talented, and the gifted to his side. Five people gather before the newly crowned Souma. Just what are the many talents and abilities they possess…?! What path will his outlook as a realist take Souma and the people of his country down? A revolutionary transferred-to-another-world administrative fantasy series starts here!

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Nice twist at the end there.  The forestry part was a bit weak though. The practice of cultivating woodlands goes back centuries. Forest dwelling elves would have figured it out. 

Not necessary, since the world has magic they could have just been using that to continue on instead of basic principles of forestry. Its different perspectives.

Nice twist at the end there.  The forestry part was a bit weak though. The practice of cultivating woodlands goes back centuries. Forest dwelling elves would have figured it out. 

So what about the sweat guy, you can't just leave him behind D:

It's less about "protecting the forest" than "cohabiting with it". I think the LN explained that.
And I think he has a point. The forest itself can takes care of itself without humans elves interfering. However in order to LIVE in it as humans elves, you need to reach a balance without destroying it. By that I mean cutting dead trees, periodical thinning, and trying to keep the soil fertile and minimizing the risks of landslides.
Yeah, the forest doesn't need you. But it also means you can get some big issues such as tree diseases, landslide, some soils losing in fertility and so on, from which the forest can recover over time but may costs human elven lives.
 
Well, I'm not a specialist in the field by no means, but I think his arguments are sound. (I'm a soon-to-be engineer in the construction field so I still know a bit about soil mechanics)


FTFY

Well that was a plot twist.

I worry this hasn't been very well thought out or researched...

Why would forest thinning be needed? Particularly from a Japanese perspective? Japan's forests have fragility issues due to the fact that many of them started anew from cedar/cypress plantations after existing forests had been overharvested. The elven forest doesn't seem like it should be the same...

Does the LN explain the situation more clearly? Because otherwise it's just like a doctor saying to a new patient in the waiting room, "Hey, you're not on chemotherapy? We can fix that with these drugs!"

It's less about "protecting the forest" than "cohabiting with it". I think the LN explained that.

And I think he has a point. The forest itself can takes care of itself without humans interfering. However in order to LIVE in it as humans, you need to reach a balance without destroying it. By that I mean cutting dead trees, periodical thinning, and trying to keep the soil fertile and minimizing the risks of landslides.

Yeah, the forest doesn't need you. But it also means you can get some big issues such as tree diseases, landslide, some soils losing in fertility and so on, from which the forest can recover over time but may costs human lives.

 

Well, I'm not a specialist in the field by no means, but I think his arguments are sound. (I'm a soon-to-be engineer in the construction field so I still know a bit about soil mechanics)

Wow. 4 chapters in and already a very interesting world. I have HIGH hopes for this one! :D

I worry this hasn't been very well thought out or researched...
Why would forest thinning be needed? Particularly from a Japanese perspective? Japan's forests have fragility issues due to the fact that many of them started anew from cedar/cypress plantations after existing forests had been overharvested. The elven forest doesn't seem like it should be the same...
Does the LN explain the situation more clearly? Because otherwise it's just like a doctor saying to a new patient in the waiting room, "Hey, you're not on chemotherapy? We can fix that with these drugs!"


Cutting dead trees might be nice though.

You can still sell those in a high price even depending on how dead it is(like still intact dead).

one of the best isekai so far

 

the plot and plan is detailed and realistic

I think the mangaka is doing an actual research for this

 

there is no forced affection toward MC as well

I worry this hasn't been very well thought out or researched...

Why would forest thinning be needed? Particularly from a Japanese perspective? Japan's forests have fragility issues due to the fact that many of them started anew from cedar/cypress plantations after existing forests had been overharvested. The elven forest doesn't seem like it should be the same...

Does the LN explain the situation more clearly? Because otherwise it's just like a doctor saying to a new patient in the waiting room, "Hey, you're not on chemotherapy? We can fix that with these drugs!"


It's mostly explained in the LN the same as it is here. Honestly, this is something that only gets touched on for this scene and one future event, so I'm sure the author just put something that sounded plausible enough as a reason to fit his needs for the story.
I worry this hasn't been very well thought out or researched...

Why would forest thinning be needed? Particularly from a Japanese perspective? Japan's forests have fragility issues due to the fact that many of them started anew from cedar/cypress plantations after existing forests had been overharvested. The elven forest doesn't seem like it should be the same...

Does the LN explain the situation more clearly? Because otherwise it's just like a doctor saying to a new patient in the waiting room, "Hey, you're not on chemotherapy? We can fix that with these drugs!"

You know. Sometimes i wish peasant from medival era. Come to the future. This kind of manga are mediocore at best. There are a LOT of isekai come like this.

Boku no Heya ga Dungeon: he rescues a knight girl and takes her to his place, which is somehow connected to a dungeon.

Tarakuji de 40-oku: he helps a nice peasant girl, because once again his home is connected to a fantasy land

Gate: Thus the JSDF fought there: Roman-esque warriors invade Japan, take slaves. The JSDF follows them and wrecks their shit. Some of the royalty from

that world pay ours a visit.

You know. Sometimes i wish peasant from medival era. Come to the future. This kind of manga are mediocore at best. There are a LOT of isekai come like this.

"Les Visiteurs" is your movie then. xD

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a1qG9e7E9L8

You know. Sometimes i wish peasant from medival era. Come to the future. This kind of manga are mediocore at best. There are a LOT of isekai come like this.

Why not VI?

 

Why we should?

Uhmmm... nothing new here.

Ahh right.

 

 

I remember alot of these chapters getting delted.

There should be more out there...

Thanks nopeewhy, Moist, and blueblazes for the clarifications. It seems quite a few (isekai) mangas are cutting corners and leaving out crucial characters and/or plot points. 

Re-Read This Series From Start....
It seems i Would like to play CIVILIZATION V again for reference


Why not VI?

Descended from Lorelei? Perhaps this a Tales of the Abyss sequel. Or maybe Suikoden with the dog kobolds.

And did they seriously launch a preemptive strike on a country full of demons?! Armor-clad beings that know strategy, and are somehow considered barely sentient?

Dog Kobolds is just a Japanese thing in general, based on the first edition of Dungeons and Dragons.  The same with pig style Orcs.  In the west, Kobolds and Orcs both evolved into something else, but in Japan they've stayed the same since the 70s.  Largely because almost their entire body of western style fantasy comes from DnD 1e and Wizardry (which was a western 80s computer game series that was also heavily influenced by DnD 1e).

And did they seriously launch a preemptive strike on a country full of demons?! Armor-clad beings that know strategy, and are somehow considered barely sentient?

As illogical as that may seem, IRL is no exception, with several examples of the same thing happening repeatedly throughout history. Art imitates life, and vice versa. The roman empire once considered anyone but themselves to be savages/barbarians, and only after other countries were conquered did they become their citizens and thus now "cultured", sort of like how European settlers initially viewed natives upon reaching North America. And speaking of NA and the true first discoverer; with vikings, they were considered uncivilized and primitive barbarians by many (both back then and even by some nowadays)...even though they had pretty sophisticated technology with their agriculture, advanced metallurgy for the time period, weaponry, shipbuilding, long voyages (which led them to become the real first discoverers of the Americas), and many successful warfare invasions won strategically.

 

Of course, invading already occupied land with the excuse of calling the current inhabitants savages (or unintelligent demons in this case) was often used as justification to conquer land and resources. Coupled with the human's constant need for more resources, and what little they currently know of demons maybe genuinely believing/mistaking their level of intellect, the humans unwittingly were responsible for starting the war.

Re-Read This Series From Start....
It seems i Would like to play CIVILIZATION V again for reference

Thanks for the scans

And did they seriously launch a preemptive strike on a country full of demons?! Armor-clad beings that know strategy, and are somehow considered barely sentient?

If I'm not wrong than the manga did not go in to any details aside from humanity attacking the demons but the novel  already has (not really detailed but...)

 

There are smart human-like demons and there are more beast-like demons. In the beginning only those beast-like ones attacked humanity and humanity did invade the demon territory in order to wipe them out. Deep in demon territory humanity encounters the human-like smart demons for the first time and get completely annihilated.

Aside from that humanity knows about demons from dungeons and so on and those are not as strong nor intelligent.

Spoiler

He mostly like them with big boobies and loli is half-ass draw thought lol

 

The art style is a little bit rough so it bugs me a little.

 

And rather than simply breasts, I think everyone is too big. Like people are all giants or perhaps just everyone is standing too close to the camera. 

Descended from Lorelei? Perhaps this a Tales of the Abyss sequel. Or maybe Suikoden with the dog kobolds.

And did they seriously launch a preemptive strike on a country full of demons?! Armor-clad beings that know strategy, and are somehow considered barely sentient?


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